How we began
The Maltese Mommy’s Store started with a little dog named Flurry. His happy disposition and ability to make us smile won our hearts instantly.
I found myself spoiling him and loving him so much that I really started searching for information on him so that he would be with us for as long as possible.
Our little mustache man Flurry is where Maltese Mommy started. It took months and months of research to build a site that is both informative and interactive to all Maltese parents. I decided to embellish our site with:
Fun facts, jokes and recipes.
for health issues, understanding what Maltese are prone to, how to recognize symptoms and how to quickly remedy the ailments we can.
to help save all the little homeless Maltese as well as all breeds.
Because every good homeless dog does not belong in heaven, they belong held dear in someone’s heart. I have linked my site to the best Maltese
that I could find on the internet. In this way info on individual breeders that may not be listed are just a click away. True stories from Maltese owners so that a person considering a Maltese will understand them.
for people considering a Maltese, new owners with questions, people who would like to form a playgroup (Maltese Mommy & Me) or would like to find a group in their area can communicate and make it happen for them and their fur babies.
Maltese Mommy is the place
To get advise from experienced owners.
Find reputable breeders.
Rescue groups in your area
Meet people in your area with Maltese dogs
Everyday more info is available at Maltese Mommy’s
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Everything I do is free of charge to the Maltese owner, what has taken me a year, so far, to research everyday is available in just one site. Maltese Mommy is funded entirely through its product sales. Maltese oil paintings, prints and product sales. Please support our work to educate Maltese moms and dads. Without Maltese families there would not be Maltese Mommy’s. Feel free to browse our store or visit our website online.Maltese Mommy's Christmas site © 2002-2009 Sheryl Minter